When you think of 7-Eleven, it’s fair to say you’re probably not thinking about a range of hand-made deli sandwiches made fresh, you’re more expecting pre-packaged egg salad sandwiches and alike. Recently, 7-Eleven has launched Johnny’s Deli, a range of hot sandwiches that are heated on demand. And they’ll soon be found all around Australia.
“Our customers want a convenient range of delicious food choices available fast for every meal and any snack occasion across the day,” said 7-Eleven head of food, Emma Metcalf-King.
“With Johnny’s Deli, we’ve created a bespoke range of hot sandwiches that are heated on demand in specialist ovens to ensure customers can enjoy a delicious hot sandwich, with gooey melted cheese and toasty bread that’s hot in about 90 seconds.”
Johnny’s Deli has launched initially at 7-Eleven West Richmond, at 125 Bridge Road, Richmond.
The Johnny’s Deli range includes:
The Schnitty ($11) | Crumbed chicken with triple smoked ham, rich Napoli sauce, and tasty cheese on a brioche bun.
Johnny’s Reuben ($11) | Pastrami with sauerkraut, pickles, swiss cheese, dijon mustard, and mayonnaise, in a crunchy ciabatta roll.
The Falafel ($10) |Falafels, roasted pumpkin, gooey cheese and herbed fetta spread on a Turkish roll. Vegetarian friendly.
Meatball Sub ($11) | Beef meatballs with a rich red sauce, spinach and pesto in a ciabatta roll.
Tuna Melt ($9) | Tuna, capers, crunchy spring onion and capsicum with mayonnaise on a milk bun.
Beef Brisket ($11) | Slow-cooked beef brisket in a smoky barbeque glaze with raw slaw on a buttered brioche roll.
Mac n’ Cheese ($10) | Macaroni covered in creamy three cheese sauce with crisp shallots in a continental roll.
Brekky Tortilla Wrap ($9) | Free-range egg chorizo omelette with cheese, Mexican-style salsa, wood-smoked streaky bacon with red capsicum, coriander, spring onion and chipotle peppers in adobo wrapped in a tortilla.
7-Eleven’s Johnny’s Deli range will be available at nine stores by the end of 2022.
A few weeks ago, ALDI opened the cheapest wine bar in Sydney, and today, they’re bringing us more frugal feeds with a pop-up dumpling truck.
The truck will be open from 5-7 pm (or while stocks last) today in the ALDI Bankstown Central car park, with hungry Sydneysiders able to swing by to pick up a box of six Urban Eats dumplings, including fan-favourites Prawn Gyoza and a delicious new seasonal addition to the range, Chicken Dumplings—all for less than a $2 coin.
ALDI’s quality range means Aussies can treat themselves to a Friday restaurant-quality meal that won’t break the bank.
Can’t make it to the Dumpling Truck? ALDI has everyone else covered with the full range of dumplings available in the freezer section across the country.